Sas Al Nakheel Substation – Upgrade – 400/132 kV – Phase I is a 400/132kV substation located in Sas Al Nakheel, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The construction works on Sas Al Nakheel Substation – Upgrade – 400/132 kV – Phase I began in 2015. The project was commissioned in 2019.
The Sas Al Nakheel Substation – Upgrade – 400/132 kV – Phase I project is an upgrade substation being operated by Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch.
The designed voltage level of the project is 400/132kV, while the operating voltage level is 400/132kV. The step-in voltage of the substation is 400kV and the step-out voltage is 132kV. The substation capacity is 500MVA.
Sas Al Nakheel Substation – Upgrade – 400/132 kV – Phase I has received approval from Regulation & Supervision Bureau to undertake the works on the project.
Saudi Electricity was appointed by Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch to undertake design and construction works of the Sas Al Nakheel Substation – Upgrade – 400/132 kV – Phase I.
About Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch
Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch Company (TRANSCO), a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority, is a utility service provider that distributes electricity and water. The utility’s activities include planning, construction, development, operation and maintenance of electricity transmission and bulk water transmission networks. Its activities also comprises servicing for water and electricity transmission; and building the infrastructure for services. TRANSCO offers transmission of water and electricity from producers to the distribution networks. The utility operates its water and electricity transmission assets across the northern and western UAE.
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